Posts Tagged ‘landscape’

Leighton Beaman + Hong open Landformation Catalogue Exhibition at Harvard

Michael Leighton Beaman (Lecturer, Interior Architecture) and Zaneta Hong (ID ‘02) recently opened The Landformation Catalogue, Exhibition at the Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. The Landformation Catalogue is based on thier research into formation processes, histories, morphologies, assemblies, materials, and affordances of land forming. Through a systematic manipulation of the landscape, humans account for […]

Hartness publishes on “Hybrid Drawing”

Andrew Hartness (Critic, Landscape Architecture) published two invited essays about representation techniques practiced through RISD’s hybrid drawing curriculum in the book Representing Landscapes: Digital. The essays, “Reinforcement through Opposition: Metrics and Emotion in Project Visualization” and “Alternative Revelations of Sections: Origins of the subjective section,” showcase methods used in advanced representation (“hybrid drawing”) to explain complex spatial […]

RISD-led team named “National Parks Now” Competition finalist

An interdisciplinary design team led by RISD faculty and alumni was selected by Van Alen Institute and the National Park Service as a finalist in the National Parks Now competition. The team, composed of Aaron Forrest (Assistant Professor, Architecture) and Yasmin Vobis (www.ultramoderne.net), Suzanne Mathew (Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture), video artist Noah Klersfeld (B.Arch, 1996, […]

Beaman awarded Graham Foundation Grant

The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts announces its 2014 Grants to Individuals, which will award over $520,000 to 68 projects that demonstrate innovative and thought-provoking ideas in architecture. Micheal Leighton Beaman (Critic, Interior Architecture) and Zaneta Hong (lecturer in Landscape at Harvard University) were awarded a grant for their research/exhibition: The […]

Rogowski Work in “Landmark” Exhibition

Work by Kent Rogowski (Senior Critic, Photography) is included in Landmark: Fields of Photography, curated by William A. Ewing, a noted photographic curator and historian. Landmark  is a wide-ranging exhibition of important photographs by a roster of international artists working with landscape and environmental themes. It brings together for the first time in a major […]